Spring is in the air

Interesting so far.

The Inside of my 1977 Jayco Popup. Gifted to me by my father in law who purchased it new.

My campsite for the next week. South Llano State Park. Texas.

I had lunch today with @warner we forgot to take a picture!

Pair of Bald Eagles - Big Bear Valley CA. Live Stream Jackie and Shadow await the hatching.

James A. Michener - Themes of Racism and of Love

Finished reading: Sayonara: A Novel by James A. Michener 📚 I have so many thoughts about this book. I made many notes while reading. My father in-law who is an advid reader shared this paperback with me. Michener historical fiction seems to overshawdow his earlier and shorter fictional works. This was written in 1953. It is less challenging to me as I read it in 2022. But I can reflect on how brave it was to put this out in 1953.

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Reflections on Death

As I age and feel regrets, I find myself reflecting on Memento Mori. You could leave life right now I worry less about what is on the other side of death. Know one knows for sure. I will be dead and by definition there will be little I can do to change whatever is on the other side of this life. Rather, when I focus on death I think about the time I have left and if death will sneak up on me as it is doing right now or if it will come unexpectedly.

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Russians | Sting 1985

In Europe and America There’s a growing feeling of hysteria Conditioned to respond to all the threats In the rhetorical speeches of the Soviets Mr. Khrushchev said we will bury you I don’t subscribe to this point of view It would be such an ignorant thing to do If the Russians love their children too How can I save my little boy From Oppenheimer’s deadly toy? There is no monopoly in common sense On either side of the political fence

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